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Why Special Ops Stopped Relying So Much on Top-Down #Leadership

Why Special Ops Stopped Relying So Much on Top-Down #Leadership | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
When Fredrick Winslow Taylor designed the world’s first modern assembly line and forever changed industry, persuasion was the last thing on his mind. Taylor believed assembly line workers simply needed clear direction on how to execute prescribed tasks. His belief, which manifested in both physical design and organizational structures during the decades that followed, was that the human factor should be removed from the production equation to the greatest extent possible. Stopwatch and measuring tape in hand, Taylor designed and advocated for systems that maximized efficiency and predictability through vertical integration and top-down control. And with that, the 20th century’s great quest for bureaucratic efficiency began.

Taylor’s approach, and the hierarchical models that it created, were the dominant force of the 20th Century. His influence can be found in everything from factory floors to Fortune 500 org-charts. But when the information age arrived, it brought with it networks of globally distributed individuals suddenly able to connect across boundaries, share information at light-speed, rapidly attract new members, and create seemingly leaderless action at a pace that put traditional bureaucracies to shame.

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An ex-SEAL explains how Special Ops learned to lead from the middle after 9:11.

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La Ley de Oro de la Estupidez Humana. O la imprudencia de ser racional.

La Ley de Oro de la Estupidez Humana. O la imprudencia de ser racional. | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Liderar la estupidez humana. O la imprudencia de ser racional. Por José Luis Velasco. El Peón Coronado. Por mucho que gran parte de la

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, May 29, 11:29 AM

Entre los grandes retos que han de enfrentar las empresas, los jefes y los empleados, se encuentra el de cómo liderar la estupidez humana. Ya provenga ésta de tu superior, de tu compañero o tu colaborador.

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Body Language: 5 Ways You Send the Wrong Message At Work

Body Language: 5 Ways You Send the Wrong Message At Work | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
You might be working hard, but these five nonverbal actions might undermine the positive message you want to send.

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Best Practices for Managing Change So It Works—Without Losing Your Cool

Best Practices for Managing Change So It Works—Without Losing Your Cool | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
While it is said that “change is the only constant,” the failure rate of change is high. This article addresses managing change amid predictable restructuring efforts within ITSM organizations.

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#HR Try #Coaching Instead Of Managing When Employees Bring You Problems

#HR Try #Coaching Instead Of Managing When Employees Bring You Problems | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
We’ve all had the situation when an employee walks into our office with a problem they want us to solve (or dozens of problems they want solved). Maybe they walk into our office and say, “I need your help boss, that other division won’t respond to my emails about giving [...]

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7 hábitos de las personas increíblemente inteligentes

7 hábitos de las personas increíblemente inteligentes | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Por Kevin Daum, Inc.Desde que eras pequeño, tus padres te dijeron que seas inteligente. La mayoría de las personas quieren considerarse inteligentes; ciertamente, a nadie le gusta sentirse estúpido.Pero, lamentablemente, es difícil determinar si estuviste actuando de forma inteligente en una determinada situación hasta que haya pasado el tiempo, y por supuesto, entonces ya es demasiado tarde. Es en esta toma de conciencia tardía donde el acto físico de golpearse la frente a uno mismo se desarrolló originalmente.

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#RRHH #Pymes ¿Cómo gestionar la #comunicación interna en pequeñas y medianas empresas?

#RRHH #Pymes ¿Cómo gestionar la #comunicación interna en pequeñas y medianas empresas? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
La respuesta a esta pregunta puede ser simple pero compleja al querer aplicarla. Quiero dejarte una pequeña guía para que puedas gestionar y entender de manera global lo que conlleva la comunicación a todos los ámbitos de la empresa.

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The Science of Successful Negotiation

The Science of Successful Negotiation | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

Everyone must negotiate at some point.

A new hire must negotiate her starting salary. A sales professional must negotiate the best price with a customer. A business owner must negotiate the best buyout cost.

At some point, you're going to enter into negotiations, and you should know the best tips for winning.

It used to be that successful negotiations were left up for grabs to whoever could be angrier or louder. Today, scientists have discovered surprising psychological insights regarding negotiation. Here are three that you can use the next time you enter into a negotiation of any kind.


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Ever wonder what it takes to negotiate the deal you want? Follow these tips.

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Change This - 10 Lessons on Art and Strategy

Change This - 10 Lessons on Art and Strategy | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
“War is just a metaphor for every problem you’ve ever had in your life. Without problems, you’ve got no plot, and without a plot, your character can’t develop. So don’t just choose your battles. Embrace them.”

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Bridging the Trust Chasm

Bridging the Trust Chasm | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Whoosh and it’s gone! Trust can evaporate in an instant and organisations are notoriously poor at recovering it. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

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#Liderazgo #Leadership #HR #RRHH The Real Reason Managers Get No Respect

#Liderazgo #Leadership #HR #RRHH The Real Reason Managers Get No Respect | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Companies don't appreciate or nurture managers. Here's why (and how) they should.

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#RRHH #Pymes #Empresas En busca de la idea perdida

#RRHH #Pymes #Empresas En busca de la idea perdida | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Oigo continuamente la necesidad de innovar. En los medios de comunicación no hay un día en el que no aparezca un comentario o referencia. Parece ser que la crisis no ha hecho más que hacernos evide...

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7 beneficios del bienestar en el trabajo

7 beneficios del bienestar en el trabajo | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Algunos estudios científicos han demostrado que las personas que se sienten felices presentan un sistema inmunológico más fortalecido, tienen menos riesgos

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What Makes a Great Chief Strategy Officer

What Makes a Great Chief Strategy Officer | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Many companies now have a Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) or other executive to guide their strategy, but simply having someone in the role is not enough. Today’s business environment is highly unpredictable, and organizations need strategies that can weather both large-scale changes and occasional shocks to the system—fluctuating oil prices, for example. This new environment can be at odds with what has traditionally been one of the main responsibilities of the CSO: leading an annual strategic planning process.

Here are three ways CSOs and organizations can craft flexible, comprehensive strategies for today.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 29, 11:04 AM

From Architects to Fund Managers - what's your strategic archetype? ~ McKinsey

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Driving Employee Engagement through #Leadership

Driving Employee Engagement through #Leadership | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

There are multiple drivers of employee engagement, from pride in working for the company to having a voice in the way things operate. However, the impact of the relationship with the direct manager is a constant. Research by Dale Carnegie uncovered that 80 percent of employees who were dissatisfied with their direct manager were disengaged. In essence, they reported that “employees don’t leave organizations, rather they leave people.”


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The Hard Work of Soft Power

The Hard Work of Soft Power | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
“Inclusive leadership starts with an intention of wanting the best for the world, not necessarily the best in the world. It is a form of leadership that looks deeply into the role of the leader as a custodian of values, character and resources,” says Kurt April, Professor of Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion at the UCT Graduate School of Business and Associate Fellow of Said Business School (University of Oxford).

April, whose research over 15 years spans a wide range of leadership issues, says that inclusive leadership seeks to encourage the input of key stakeholders, valuing their opinions and welcoming the diversity of perspectives and experiences they contribute. A far cry from the pervasive hierarchical styles of leadership of old.

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How to sell change to hearts and mot just minds!

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#RRHH #HR The Difference Between Change and Transformation

#RRHH #HR The Difference Between Change and Transformation | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
By Lynda Bourne

 

Most organizations that take change management seriously have processes in place to train staff, reconfigure work practices and provide frontline support to ensure the p

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5 Barreras de la Comunicación

5 Barreras de la Comunicación | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
por Daniela LozanoHoy día, la comunicación es una de las mayores dificultades para los emprendedores puesto que en el papel la idea puede ser clara, funcional y realizable pero a la hora de explicarla ante inversionistas; lo que parecía en realidad sencillo se convierte en algo engorroso y cada palabra nos cuesta y así definitivamente no logramos concretar nada a nuestro favor.

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Tipologías y evolución del trabajo colaborativo y la inteligencia colectiva. Por @aliciapomares

Tipologías y evolución del trabajo colaborativo y la inteligencia colectiva. Por @aliciapomares | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Sofisticando el trabajo colaborativo y la inteligencia colectiva. Por Alicia Pomares. Serendipia. Diría que el trabajo colaborativo y la i

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, May 28, 1:18 PM

El comportamiento de una comunidad no es el mismo a lo largo de su ciclo de vida, ni tampoco su funcionalidad. Muchas comunidades pueden crearse por un objetivo determinado y van evolucionando o cambiando a lo largo del tiempo por diferentes causas.

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Calidad directiva y #liderazgo para un nuevo orden empresarial ¿Que esperamos de #RRHH?

Calidad directiva y #liderazgo para un nuevo orden empresarial ¿Que esperamos de #RRHH? | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Vivimos la transición hacia un nuevo orden empresarial. Las premisas definitivamente han cambiado. Es tiempo para apostar al talento de las personas y ponerlo al servicio de la innovación.

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8 Behaviors of Phenomenally Successful People

8 Behaviors of Phenomenally Successful People | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

You can be an analytical, data-driven, steely-eyed businessperson all you like, but business is ultimately about people.

That means business is also about emotions: yours and those of the people you interact with every day.

Incredibly successful people make a huge difference not just in their own lives but also in the lives of the people they care about, both professionally and personally.

Here's how:


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How the Navy SEALs Train for #Leadership Excellence

How the Navy SEALs Train for #Leadership Excellence | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Almost every world-class, high-performance organization takes training and education seriously. But Navy SEALs go uncomfortably beyond. They’re obsessive and obsessed. They are arguably the best in the world at what they do. Their dedication to relentless training and intensive preparation, however, is utterly alien to the overwhelming majority of businesses and professional enterprises worldwide. That’s important, not because I think MBAs should be more like SEALS—I don’t—but because real-world excellence requires more than commitment to educational achievement.

As an educator, I fear world-class business schools and high-performance businesses overinvest in “education” and dramatically underinvest in “training.” Human capital champions in higher education and industry typically prize knowledge over skills. Crassly put, leaders and managers get knowledge and education while training and skills go to those who do the work. That business bias is both dangerous and counterproductive. The SEALS can’t afford it. “Under pressure,” according to SEAL lore, “you don’t rise to the occasion, you sink to the level of your training. That’s why we train so hard.” When I see just how difficult and challenging it is for so many smart and talented organizations to innovate and adapt under pressure, I see people who are overeducated and undertrained. That scares me.

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How Navy SEALS get better at getting  better - and lessons for the business world.

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While I totally believe there are elements of Seal training that can be applied to business, however the big difference is, that in business our lives are not directly and physically at risk so we tend to minimize the role. It boils down to attitude.

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Seal Motto: "You rise to the level of your training "

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Re-examina tus motivos

Re-examina tus motivos | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
Hay una historia que realmente me gusta sobre un hombre que tenía una enfermedad que ningún médico podía determinar. Fue a ver a un amigo que también era médico.- ¿Puedes ayudarme? –le dijo- no sé qué tengo, pero no me siento bien. Tengo un malestar general y me falta mucha energía.Su amigo, que lo conocía muy bien, lo interrogó unos minutos, y después le dijo:- Sí, creo que puedo ayudarte. Tengo cuatro recetas para ti, pero debes seguirlas al pie de la letra. ¿Cuál es tu lugar favorito?

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#RRHH #Pymes #Empresas Planificación Estratégica (I): Niveles de Gestión Estratégica

#RRHH #Pymes #Empresas Planificación Estratégica (I): Niveles de Gestión Estratégica | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it
La Planificación Estratégica es el modelo de dirección que hay que adoptar para sobrevivir y competir con éxito en un entorno cambiante.

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#RRHH No llore (en la oficina)

#RRHH No llore (en la oficina) | Making #love and making personal #branding #leadership | Scoop.it

... Varios estudios han demostrado que los expertos llaman "supresión emocional" tiene efectos perjudiciales, como nublar el pensamiento, promover la infelicidad en el empleo e impactar negativamente en el desempeño laboral. Es por eso que los expertos dicen que es importante que los empleados estén en sintonía sus catalizadores emocionales, de modo que las respuestas —incluso en los casos más extremos— puedan ser previsiblemente manejadas para obtener resultados más productivos ...

 

Vía @Tavi Calvete


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